This week, we put an iconic Hellblazer tale to bed. In the gripping finale of Dangerous Habits, John Constantine says his goodbyes, plays his final card, and remembers that he’s kind of a bastard.
Category Archives: Hellblazer
In honor of Eric’s favorite issue of Hellblazer, we’re pleased to present: the very first prototype episode we ever recorded. Marvel! as John Constantine outdrinks the Devil! Brave! the Skype-quality sound! Listen! if you want to!
Garth Ennis takes over in Hellblazer #41-43 – for the final days of Constantine’s life! Listen in as John gets bad news, phones a friend, and shares a drink with the Devil.
This podcast contains spoilers for Daredevil: Born Again, Netflix’s Daredevil season 3, Iron Fist season 2, and Jessica Jones seasons 1 and 2.
It’s an ending and a new start for Hellblazer in issues 39-40. Join us as we say goodbye to Jamie Delano, the world says goodbye to John Constantine, and John Constantine says hello to John Constantine.
Hop on the Heart of Gold for one of the creepiest Hellblazer stories yet in #37-38. Constantine takes a backseat as Mercury meets a boy, meets his awful dad, and gets good reason to consider going vegan.
After killing the notorious Family Man, Constantine seeks the company of old friends in Hellblazer #34-36. John’s overwhelmed by his guilt, but will it also overwhelm these comic books?
We won’t have a new episode for you next week, but look forward to Preacher on August 1.
We rip into a few stand-alone stories in Hellblazer #32-33, featuring: a pun about a pug and a Sunday on drugs. Plus a look at Vertigo Secret Files: Hellblazer #1.
No episode next week, but we’ll be back in time for a 4th of July Preacher.
Constantine trades spells for spycraft in Hellblazer #29-31. Join us as he confronts the Family Man, goes to a funeral, and buries more than just the hatchet.
We’re back with battles brewing in the pages of Hellblazer! This week, Constantine faces the Family Man, the Smelly Man, and the Neil Gaiman!
It’s an off-season Halloween spectacular in Hellblazer #25-26, as Grant Morrison brings us… a less coherent retelling of our least favorite issue.